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GRESHAM, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1911
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GRESHAM S PUSH
CLUB GETS BUSY
ing this resolution was returned to the
HIGH SCHOOL NOIES
club by the committee with tlie state
Braize) wax absent Friday.
ment that it should Im presented in a
Emelie Anderson was at achool lait
different way The c mmitlee was
week after a week's absence.
discharged and the resolution ordered
sent direct to the council for action a»
Pearl Ruegg has not yet returned to
it may M-e tit.
The matter of furnishing the new
A meeting of the Grange Fair Direct
l.n»t Friday night tlix Commercial
Bessie Howitt returned to achrxd
proportionately to the publicity afford
Club by unanimous action of all tliow club ro mis was taken up and the com ors was )ii-l<l last Saturday. Only a Wednesday after being alment Tuesday.
pre»enl pa»»ed a reaoltilion directed to mittee was instructed to procoed with part of the directors were present.
ed by the advertising medium. The
Lillian Fredolpb has recovered from
tlie City Council, »»king lor an ordin tlie work. Tin* lease was approved and Among the questions taken up were
HERALD has a bonafide 'subscription
the measles and returned to school.
ance to prohibit tlie issuance of saloon ordered signed for one year with tlie that of changing the name, which real
many times larger than any other
ly came to nothing a» there was no de
licenses in the corner building of any privilege Ilf two more.
paper published in any part of the
The matter of securing one of the cision as to changing the name. Sev plot graphs which some find a difficult
block. It applies to all a hams no«
county outside of Portland. If you ex
existing when their proprietors n,k tor pro|s>M-d Carnegie librariea for Gres eral small bill» were allowed and a com task.
Lenn Wheeler has- entered the fifth
a renewal <>( their licenses; nlao to any ham wu» di ciiss.il and a committee mittee was appointed to look into the
pect results, bear in mind these facts.
oilier» who may be granted licenses. consisting of Charles Cleveland, Dr. A question of securing co-operation witli grade and Lawren Wheeler the second;
A committee consisting of three was | Thompson, M O. Nelson and Theo the Portland Driving Association with grade.
directed to take It liefore the council, Itrugger waa appointed to bring the de the view ol having a track meeting.
Mrs. Woodard ha" t»k--n the fourth
consisting of II. I. Hi. Clair. T It. sires ot the club before the county court Of course preparatory to this will be year chemistry class which wa- taught
and Library Commission. It was the tin- laying out and construction of a by Mr. Steele.
Howitt and Emil G. Kardelt.
COACH HORSES GROWING POPULAR OPENING Of BALL SEASON SUNDAY
that Gresham track and that will de|H-nd entirely on
On motion of C. H Smith the Club unanimous opinion
Baseball will be the prime attraction
Gladys Miller was absent from her
One of the questions that is interest
Ix-cauo* a nn-uit-er of the Oregon l>e- should have one <d the thr e libraries whi-tlier the ground can I m - secured classes last Friday, owing to her
ing farmers and stockgrowers at this next Sunday at Gresham, as a game has
Velopineiit League, me I the animal lee to lie established and a quarter bio« k That in time may lie done, ft is hard mother’s illness.
season is the character of horses they been arranged between tlie Giants and
was ordered paid to the I <-ngu- lor that was donated by J. fl. Metzger, on ly likely Hint as g<a>d terms can tie se
The High school lx>ya will have a will produce for the next few years. the Dilworth Derbies for the opening
purpose. Till, action place, the Graafi I Fourth street, for tlie building.
cured as were offered a year ago. It war-
game of basket ball here with Oregon This is not a matter of small import of the season here. An order from the
an, Clutr in the rank« with all the
Tin- Entertainment committee of the entirely possible at that time to have
ance either, for the uncertainty of the common council requires all clubs to
Saturday, April 29.
other Club» throughout the state and club was instructed to entertain tlie had a contract for a lense for Severn I
get permits before being allowed the
After having gone to school in Port needs of tlie future will alwavs make
give» it tile privelege» accorded them 111 visiting dairymen's convention next years but the promoters of the idea let
privilege of using the grounds, but that
bringing our re» <urce» before the peo Tnursday and a special committee was tin- op|Mirtunity go by when they found land for several montl », I-alielle Metz one. < iregon has had
has been secured. The object is to keep
nainwl to interview the Mount ILxxl they could not carry it out that year. ger is again back in the High school
ple at a distance.
commendations for tbe quality of its tab on who is responsible for damage to
The physics class has just finished
The Club made arrangement» for a jxsiple in regard to the location of its It is |»i»»ible liiut it will lx.- able to
horse Htsh for a time, This is especial- the fair buildings. An admission fee of
permanent home by lea-mg Metzger’s < arstiopa and the Gr<-»hsin depot with make the same terms again. Some the subject of electrici y and will lie iy true when we consider the maturity 25 cents will be charged.
Hall for one year with tile privilege of a view to getting what the city most corresp i.dence lias been had with at gin the work on sound next week.
The lineup for Sunday’s game will be
of the state. In proportion to the num
an extension. Possession will lx- taken desires. The committee named con tractions liut ns yet nothing definite
Wilbur Thompson gave a review of ber of domesticated horses in the state as follows.
at once an<l the ball will lx- transform- suls ol Lewis Shattuck, R. R. Carlson lias I h - i - ii done. A part of the building» Mr. Joaquim Miller's life in the assem it is doubtful if any other western state
have been insured and some private bly hall last Thursday.
ed into a club headquarter». it ia un and D. M Roberts.
has a better showing of animals. Our Townsend. Blug, p Moreland
derstood that the printing office in the
The next meeting will tie held on concessions are under consideration
The Seniors are working very delig- draft horses are well divided among tbe Donaldson
adjoining rooms will move out »oon, Wi due day evening next in Metzger's Another meeting will lie held ere long ently on their play which will lie given Clydes, the Perchernon, and the Bel Kelt
when the enti'e upper tfbor of the build ball.
to consider premiums and reports from «»in. They are studying Macbeth in gians. All of these horses belong to Parrott
ing will lie taken by the club and fitted
tlie slow-going, heavy work horse jlass. 1 Griffith
up especially for its own use. A spec
Mr. Steel is still alisent. not having
VICTORS IN DI BA IL
ial committee consisting of J. li. Ster
Vniversity of (>r<-g<in, Eugene, April
ling, W. II. Bactimever and T R. How
The Mount lloisl railway managers is reported that he may not lie back this light roadsters which are used for bug J. Hargreaves
itt was apjHiinted to take up the matter 13—The recent victories of the Univer
of furnishing the new dull rooms suit sity of Oregon in debate over Stanford should la- severely censured for closing
rf A. Hargreaves
able to the requirements of the organ University and the University of Wash county roads to all travel for a longer the vacancy.
Harry Lance, umpire.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Woodard
isation. W. 11 Congdon. I. L. Kidder ington. once again brings the coveted |teri<si than is necessary. For over two
Game called at 3 p. m. sharp.
quality of being all around a1 imals. The
and E. K. Marshall were named as a honors of championship to the Univer months the road near the Buoy place took the Sophomores to hear The Mer heavier weights are only g<xxl for one |
committee to rolicit suliseriptions (r m sity an I to Oregon. The University's lias been closed and no effort is made chant of Venice. The class is studying cla-eof • -rk, the light ones for anothei. I
associate members for use m payment debating teams have won from their to open it up. Carrier No. 4, is obliged this play at present and is fortunate in The ordinary farmer needsan all arouDd RUST EVS UP YfcW WATER PIPE
Tbe Portland Water Board is profit-
opponents in the triangular debating ' bi make a detour of over three miles to fixing able to have it presented by a
of the furnishings.
borse, something to work and to'drive, . ing by experience and will attempt to
The entertainment committee of the leagues, b dli on tlie negative and affirm get aronml tliis route and all other good company.
that has life, style, and yet stabilitv. ------------ i tbe corrosive properties
County Su|>erintendent Robinson hss
club was instructed to take up the ative «ides of tlie question, for two con traffic is held up as well. At several
He gets this in tbe medium weight through which the new pipe line is to
matter of a banquet and entertainment
horse, a good looker, a fine step pass. East of Gresham an I at Kelly
to the officials of the Mount ILxd Rail of a total of six deliatea with the Uni but of lees magnitude and the worst in Gresham this summer. One of the
per. heavy enough for most of tbe farm Creek are two places extending for
way Company on the occasion of the
and Stanford University of Oregon lias seems to lie doing nothing to alleviate it. Supt. Robinson is also planning an work, and a borse that will cross well about a mile where the pipes have been
opening of tlie new road to Gresham.
with the ordinary farm animal, and
Below appear the resolution» adopted : lost lint one debate. Tiiat was to Utah tlie nuinance. The jieopie should take educational meeting to be held in Gres produce a fine looking colt. Then the eaten through by rust or some other
agency of tbe soil. To prevent this
Whereas, the moral welfare ot a com the present vear by a two to one vote the matter in tlieir own hands and de ham soon.
beauty of the coach horse is tljat his the new pipe will be laid in gravel and
munity la most frequently reflected III of I lie judges.
mand of the county court that the mails
all-round qualities recommend him for
tlie attitude of its representative civic
These repeated victories in debate are be opened.
in the assembly, and after the reading so many places that he is easily dispos < covered over entirely with the game
assocMtions, and in pro|x>rth>n to the
of the minutes of the previous meeting, ed of. He finds a market in the city material. It has been noticed that the
demands from the general public, and
pipe never rusts or gets full of holes in
Whereas, the G e«baln District Com University than victories in athletics.
the following program was given:
for deliveries, drays, fire departments, tbe gravelly soil along the Section Line
mercial Club is n representative Ixxly It is felt that they are a just refutation MRS. BICKFORD SI RIOUSLY INJURED
stylish rigs, and all sorts of turnouts. road, hence it is believed that a bed of
of manv of the leading citizens of tires- i to the charge of over athleticism in till-
Mrs. Bickford of Boring suffered a
Roll Call—(Quotation bv Pope).’
ham, ail of whom are deeply interested
The adveut of tbe auto truck and tbe ! gravel will prevent corrosion. For a
serious injury resulting from a run
in maintaining a mural atmosphere so ■
mob le have put a lot of horses out of time the damage to, tbe pipe was
far a» practicable in connection witli
commission, but tbe intermediate thought to be caused by electrolysis,
Wednesday evening. Nathan Bickford
the rights and libcrtiesof ail the |ieople, i
Vocal 8olo—-Jackson Jones.
A race track will probably be an and hie mother were aliout half wav
weight of animal always will be popu but that theory was disproved. It will
therefore lie it
Resolved, that it is the belief ami de added feature of the fairgrounds a» the from Boring to Sandy w hen the horse
take 15 years to prove the theory, but
sire of the Gresham District Cominer Fair Association has secured a lease on
Instrumental Solo—Isalxdle Metzger.
the experiment is worth trying.
clal Club that the morals of the town of tlie grounds adjoining the (air grounds became frightened by some paper boxes
Select Reading—Maude Burch.
tx-side the road. Nathan got out to
Gresham Would la-come more purified
Wm. Morand of Boring, made the
and its citizens would la- better pro
remove the box and tlie horse started
Paul Dunn spent a few hours in Gres
Owing to the lateness of the hour the Herald a call Thursday morning. Mr.
tected from annoyance and insult if tin- Driving Association is helping and to run, passing over a log and throw
common council would take action in horse races will lie an added attraction
censor’s report was not given and the Morand reports conditions at Boring as ham Thursday. He has just returned
regard to the proper location of the sa at the next fair. The Fair Association ing Mrs. Bickford out. One shoulder society adjourned.
from a trip to Woodburn.
was broken and her back was badly in
loons now in existence. Further la» it
Resolved, that it is the sense of the i
jured. Blie was taken home and the
Gresham District Commercial Club Crane and IL A. lx-wis to bring about doctor wa» called. She is likely to re
that the Common Council Is- requested the desired result.
to pass an ordinance restricting tlie
liquor traffic insofar that no aalooii may
tie permitted to exist in the corner
AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH
room or building on any block within
The following letters remain un
the corporate limits, and that all sa
On Bunday morning, April 33, there
called for at the Gresham )MM<t office for
loons to be licensi-d in the future tie
required to conduct their business at will tie an address on "The English the week ending April 17, 1911:
least 25 feet from any street intersec Bible." (celebrating tlie tercentenary of
Gentlemen: George Judson.
tions and further be it
the ' King James Bible). At 7:3t> p.
Cards: Victor FL Johnson.
Resolved, that these resolutions be m., the sermon will lie on the topic,
These letters will be sent to the Dead
presented to the Common Council,
through a delegation of the Gresham “Mercy's Door.”
Latter Offloa on April
District Commercial Club with the
not delivered before. In calling for the
prayer tlist such an ordinance be adopt
Feed the birdd. You'll need 'em next above, please say “advertised,” giving
date of list.
At the meeting on Wednesday even bug time.
I. McCOLL, P M.
Rdisln Day April 29. 1911
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The gixxi people of the Northweat are
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Farmers believe so thoroughly in the
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Dance At Rockwood
Rockwood Grange will entertain the
dancing public on Saturday evening,
April 22. Richard’ Orchestra and the
usual Grange supper. Tickets 11.00.
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